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make amends for

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make amends for

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We have appealed to the expiate Pakistanis to help us in different departments, especially education" said Malik, adding that he met Taha Qureshi during his recent visit of London where Taha promised to provide scholarship to students of Balochistan, which he has fulfilled today.
The reward one gets for fasting on this blessed day, the Prophet said, as recorded in Saheeh Muslim: "For fasting on the day of Ashoora, I expect from Allah that He will expiate the sins on the year before it.
Add to that a president who needed to expiate his sins against the LGBT community, still recoiling from the double whammy of DOMA and "don't ask, don't tell," and Shepard's posthumous status as gay martyr was sealed.
Man disobeying, Disloyal breaks his fealty, and sins Against the high Supremacy of Heav'n, Affecting God-head, and so losing all, To expiate his Treason hath naught left, But to destruction sacred and devote, He with his whole posterity must die, Die hee or Justice must; unless for him Some other able, and as willing, pay The rigid satisfaction, death for death, Say Heav'nly Powers, where shall we find such love, Which of ye will be mortal to redeem Man's mortal crime, and just th' unjust to save, Dwells in all Heaven charity so dear?
ALLH Almighty bestows favours and grants bounties upon His slaves, during all times, to help expiate their sins, elevate their ranks and make up for their shortcomings.
And it was said (to him), 'And what will expiate them, O Messenger of Allah?
next to godliness and on the need to expiate our sins.
To save man and safeguard the rights of justice and mercy, God sent his only Son into the world to atone for and expiate sin in our stead.
Likewise, he tries to expiate his guilt with his self-sacrificial engagement in Chambal.
In particular, the dharmasiitras of Gautama and Baudhayana state that a Brahmin-killer should carry a khatviitiga as part of the twelve-year rite that will expiate his sin.
Society has always needed some way to expiate the destructive impulses of the communal id, and horror movies are just the latest outlet.
The iconic poppies and two minutes silence are there only to expiate the guilt and poor decisions taken then and now by our governments.
It's one thing to abridge liberty to expiate the national guilt of antebellum slavery, but can anyone keep a straight face in proclaiming persons of late middle age a historically oppressed class?
I did, too, not as a royalty but to expiate our error.